Tania Barham

University of Colorado at Boulder

1070 Edinboro Drive

Boulder, CO 80309

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (5)

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Beyond 80%: Are There New Ways of Increasing Vaccination Coverage? Evaluation of CCT Programs in Mexico and Nicaragua

iHEA 2007 6th World Congress: Explorations in Health Economics Paper
Number of pages: 54 Posted: 22 Jun 2007
The World Bank, University of Colorado at Boulder and Middlebury College - Department of Economics
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Abstract:

Conditional cash transfer programs, vaccination, Latin America

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Providing a Healthier Start to Life: The Impact of Conditional Cash Transfers on Infant Mortality

Number of pages: 45 Posted: 23 Oct 2007
Tania Barham
University of Colorado at Boulder
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Making Babies Healthier By Providing a Managed Care Option to California's Poor

Number of pages: 41 Posted: 23 Oct 2007
Tania Barham, Paul J. Gertler and Kristiana Raube
University of Colorado at Boulder, University of California, Berkeley - Haas School of Business and University of California, Berkeley - Haas School of Business
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Development Effects of Electrification: Evidence from the Geologic Placement of Hydropower Plants in Brazil

CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP8427
Number of pages: 47 Posted: 16 Jun 2011
University of Colorado at Boulder, Batten School of Public Policy and Yale School of Management
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Are Conditional Cash Transfers Fulfilling Their Promise? Schooling, Learning, and Earnings after 10 Years

CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP11937
Number of pages: 96 Posted: 27 Mar 2017
Tania Barham, Karen Macours and John A. Maluccio
University of Colorado at Boulder, Paris School of Economics (PSE) and Middlebury College - Department of Economics
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Abstract:

CCT, education, labor markets, learning, long-term effects